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Born and raised in Alaska, Rhoda Doerr has kept a love for nature
foremost in her artistic expression.
She has lived many places, including the Pacific Northwest and
Wisconsin before moving to Arkansas 12 years ago.
Rhoda has been active in the Wisconsin art community. Her painting was
purchased by Waukesha County as part of the Waukesha County
Courthouse permanent collection.
For several years Rhoda was a featured artist/storyteller at Fine Arts
Day in Wisconsin area schools. She has exhibited work in many juried
shows, including Carroll College and the Cedarburg Wisconsin Art Fair.
She also had a one-woman show at Brookfield Academy in Milwaukee.
In Arkansas, Rhoda has won awards at the Mountain Home Area Art
Show, including Best in Oil. Since moving to Norfork she is a member
of the Mountain View Art Guild. She hopes her work reflects the
beauty of the Ozarks, as well as her interest in her garden and her
two cats. She says, “I think that poetry and painting are alike in that
the artist takes everyday objects or experiences and encourages
the viewer to look at them in a different way.”
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